— Malik Hall was the best player No. 22 Michigan State had on the court for stretches, showing flashes of his potential that coach Tom Izzo would like to see more often.
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- Source: Bahamian prospect King picks Louisville
- Louisville frosh James (Achilles) out for season
- NCAA adds allegations against Louisville, Mack
- Louisville suspends Mack six games without pay
— Malik Williams had 13 points, 12 rebounds and four steals, Jarrod West scored seven of his nine points in the final five minutes and Louisville beat Maryland 63-55 on Saturday to win the Bahamas Championship.
— Samuell Williamson scored a season-high 15 points, Dre Davis scored 12 and Louisville cruised to a 72-58 win over Mississippi State on Thursday night at the Baha Mar Hoops Bahamas Championship.
There are hundreds of games on tap over the next six days. These are the contests that matter the most.
— Noah Locke hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:17 remaining for 16 points, Jerrod West added three free throws in the final minute and Louisville forced a couple of late turnovers to escape Detroit Mercy 73-67 on Saturday.
— Matt Cross scored 14 points and Samuell Williamson added 13 to lead Louisville past Navy 77-60 on Monday night.
Not long after meeting, in the summer of 2015, Jackson and Mitchell engaged in an impromptu, late-night dunk session -- and have been lobbing each other messages of support ever since.
— Mike Bothwell scored 30 points, including five in overtime, and Furman beat Louisville 80-72 on Friday night, snapping the Cardinals' 59-game home winning streak in the month of November.
The five-stars are off the board, making the quest for four-star players a more heated competition than usual at this stage.
— Noah Locke scored 16 points and Louisville opened its 108th season with its 21sts consecutive home-opening win, beating Southern 72-60 on Tuesday night.
Fredrick King, a top international basketball prospect from the Bahamas, has committed to Louisville, a source told ESPN.
The men's college basketball coaching carousel was active this past offseason, and the same could be true in 2022.
As the countdown to the 2021-22 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series moves to the ACC.
Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2021-22. Here are the players most under the microscope.
Louisville will be without freshman Mike James for the 2021-22 season due to a torn Achilles tendon suffered in practice Wednesday.
The NCAA has amended its Notice of Allegations against Louisville's, adding additional violations against coach Chris Mack and the men's basketball program.
Louisville Cardinals suspend men's basketball coach Chris Mack six games without pay Friday for failing to follow university guidelines while being extorted by a former assistant coach.
The dust has largely settled on the transfer movement front, and some new national title contenders have emerged.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday allowing the state's college athletes to make money through the use of their name, image or likeness, he said.
Former Louisville assistant coach Dino Gaudio has pleaded guilty to attempting to extort the program. Gaudio will avoid prison time with the plea deal.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Adidas and others by former five-star Louisville recruit Brian Bowen Jr.
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